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Global Forest Watch shows most of Ghana's logging - which stripped nearly 9 percent of its dense tree cover in 14 years - is occurring primarily in the country's south. This also happens to be where most of Ghana's forest still exists.

Global Forest Watch shows most of Ghana's logging - which stripped nearly 9 percent of its dense tree cover in 14 years - is occurring primarily in the country's south. This also happens to be where most of Ghana's forest still exists.

German Shepard custody battle: Colorado couple saved abandoned dog on a mountain, now the owner who left her wants the dog back.  (hmm can you say when he double hockey sticks freezes over  :D)

Rescued dog subject of custody battle

German Shepard custody battle: Colorado couple saved abandoned dog on a mountain, now the owner who left her wants the dog back. (hmm can you say when he double hockey sticks freezes over :D)

Elephants - need our help, so they don't become Extinct. 🐘 🐘 🐘 ❤

Elephants - need our help, so they don't become Extinct. 🐘 🐘 🐘 ❤

A leopard poses on a tree trunk in Kruger national park, South Africa

The week in wildlife – in pictures

A spinner dolphin ( Stenella longirostris) photographed along the coast of Pemba, Tanzania. WCS recently conducted the first ever cetacean surveys of Tanzania’s coastline to determine the distribution and hotspots of these marine mammals in this region.  Photograph: Gill Braulik/WCS TanzaniaWildlife Conservation Society's favourite pictures of 2016

Wildlife Conservation Society's favourite pictures of 2016

A spinner dolphin ( Stenella longirostris) photographed along the coast of Pemba, Tanzania. WCS recently conducted the first ever cetacean surveys of Tanzania’s coastline to determine the distribution and hotspots of these marine mammals in this region. Photograph: Gill Braulik/WCS TanzaniaWildlife Conservation Society's favourite pictures of 2016

Panamanian Pygmy Sloth Close Up 2015 05 25 The pygmy sloths of Panama are considered one of the world's most critically endangered mammals. Image: Becky Cliffe

Panamanian Pygmy Sloth Close Up 2015 05 25 The pygmy sloths of Panama are considered one of the world's most critically endangered mammals. Image: Becky Cliffe

New year, new birds: 10 newly-recognised species by Supertrooper http://focusingonwildlife.com/news/new-year-new-birds-10-newly-recognised-species/

New year, new birds: 10 newly-recognised species by Supertrooper http://focusingonwildlife.com/news/new-year-new-birds-10-newly-recognised-species/

Top 10 Creepy and Funny Looking Birds  1. Antarctic Giant Petrel - Giant petrels form a genus Macronectes from the family Procellariidae  2. Great White Pelican -It's have massive jaws and swallow bigger birds in no time. These are found in cold regions of the world  3. The Potoo - Potoos are a group of near passerine birds related to the nightjars and frogmouths  4. Inca Tern - The Inca tern is a seabird in the family Sternidae  5. Hood Mockingbird - The Hood mockingbird also known as the…

Top 10 Creepy and Funny Looking Birds 1. Antarctic Giant Petrel - Giant petrels form a genus Macronectes from the family Procellariidae 2. Great White Pelican -It's have massive jaws and swallow bigger birds in no time. These are found in cold regions of the world 3. The Potoo - Potoos are a group of near passerine birds related to the nightjars and frogmouths 4. Inca Tern - The Inca tern is a seabird in the family Sternidae 5. Hood Mockingbird - The Hood mockingbird also known as the…

Male western bluebill (Spermophaga haematina). Photo by Nicole Arcilla.

Male western bluebill (Spermophaga haematina). Photo by Nicole Arcilla.

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